News: Adblock will interfere with your experience. Kindly consider disabling your adblock on our domain. (Alt: Iwatchonline.eu)

Seabiscuit

7/10
Sport . History . Drama
 

True story of the undersized Depression-era racehorse whose victories lifted not only the spirits of the team behind it but also those of their nation.

 
Actors: Chris Cooper , David McCullough , Jeff Bridges , Paul Vincent O'Connor , Chris McCarron , Eddie Jones , Royce D. Applegate , William H. Macy , Gary L. Stevens , Elizabeth Banks , Tobey Maguire
Directors: Gary Ross
Country: USA
Release: 2003-07-25
More Info:
  • Michael Wilmington

    A grand ride. Sleek, beautiful and packed with emotion, not too flashy but full of heart, this is a movie worthy of its unlikely yet glorious subject: Depression-era America's best-loved racehorse and the two races that made him a legend.

    Chicago Tribune Full Review
  • Lou Lumenick

    A thrilling, beautifully crafted, fact-based horse story that's not merely the summer's finest movie, but may well be the one to catch come Academy Awards time.

    New York Post Full Review
  • Michael Sragow

    Seabiscuit revives the sweeping pleasures of movies that address and respect the mass audience, raising the common denominator instead of pandering to it. This crowd-pleaser rouses honest and engulfing cheers.

    Baltimore Sun Full Review
  • Shawn Levy

    This is grand, inspiring entertainment of a sort that Hollywood aspires to and rarely achieves.

    Portland Oregonian Full Review
  • William Arnold

    It's not the most viscerally exhilarating racing saga or squishy animal movie ever made, but it's a terrific period piece. It's also a well-acted, engrossing and satisfying character drama that stands out like a diamond in this summer of sequels and comic-book violence.

    Seattle Post-Intelligencer Full Review
  • Desson Thomson

    Yes, it's that cheesy, but it's also surprisingly appealing. After all, the horse Seabiscuit really WAS that phenomenal.

    Washington Post Full Review
  • Peter Travers

    Unabashedly hokey, but would you want it any other way? In an era of cynical junk (did anyone say “Bad Boys II”?), Ross restores the good name of crowd-pleasing.

    Rolling Stone Full Review
  • Roger Ebert

    The movie's races are thrilling because they must be thrilling; there's no way for the movie to miss on those, but writer-director Gary Ross and his cinematographer, John Schwartzman, get amazingly close to the action.

    Chicago Sun-Times Full Review
  • Kirk Honeycutt

    Actors dominate with finely nuanced performances where every scene feels dramatically right.

    The Hollywood Reporter Full Review
  • Angie Errigo

    William H. Macy is a scream as the composite radio announcer whose hyperbolic racetrack reports are not only hilarious, but illustrate the impact of radio in creating a mass culture and how it was instrumental in making sporting events a nationwide obsession.

    Empire Full Review
  • Kenneth Turan

    It is not as exceptional a film as the reality deserves, but with a story this strong and races this expertly re-created, it squeezes out a victory by being as good a movie as it needs to be. On some days, that is enough.

    Los Angeles Times Full Review
  • David Ansen

    Seabiscuit may be too airbrushed for its own good, but in the end nothing can stop this story from putting a lump in your throat.

    Newsweek Full Review
  • Richard Schickel

    Ross is a filmmaker with a taste for inherently sentimental tales…but the discipline not to play mawkishly to our sentiments. You will be moved by Seabiscuit--but not to tears.

    Time Full Review
  • Stephen Hunter

    Although nowhere near the class of its equine hero, is quite a satisfying ride.

    Washington Post Full Review
  • Stanley Kauffmann

    Aesop endowed animals with human traits to teach us lessons. Seabiscuit almost does the reverse. By means of Ross's adroit shooting and editing, we ourselves pound bravely along the track.

    The New Republic Full Review
  • Connie Ogle

    This crowd-pleaser is a genuinely inspirational film, gorgeously filmed and wonderfully acted, echoing an uplifting sentiment that bears repeating: ''You don't throw a whole life away just because it's banged up a little.''

    Miami Herald Full Review
  • Jami Bernard

    This rousing story of the comeback colt comes close to a modern-day Frank Capra film without the pandering or mawkishness. Yes, it's a bit hokey, but if you fight the movie's gait you'll miss the excitement of the race.

    New York Daily News Full Review
  • Carrie Rickey

    The three (human) leads are perfection. Bridges' Howard is as breezily garrulous and glad-handing as Cooper's Smith is laconic and withdrawn. Maguire's Pollard has haunted eyes and orangey hair that makes him look like a human jack-o'-lantern, and establishes his own unique rhythm and less-is-more style.

    Philadelphia Inquirer Full Review
  • Mick LaSalle

    Ross surrendered himself to the tale, lavishing time on the characters, getting the period details right and making the races look authentic. The result is a faithful, loving piece of work, and the love shows.

    San Francisco Chronicle Full Review
  • Mike Clark

    Fortunately, a movie that needs some levity gets a comic boost from William H. Macy as a fictional racing handicapper from the golden days of radio. As if training a horse, Macy cues us to laugh every time he's on screen.

    USA Today Full Review
  • Ty Burr

    In the end, Seabiscuit gets right the things that matter.

    Boston Globe Full Review
  • James Berardinelli

    Eventually, Seabiscuit settles into a nice rhythm, and, as it enters the stretch run, it exhibits all the necessary elements of a good sports movie. Like the horse it's named after, Seabiscuit has a lot of heart, and, in the end, that's what won me over.

    ReelViews Full Review
  • Liam Lacey

    Seabiscuit is a good enough movie, in the sense that it's a well-crafted assemblage of pathos and rousing moments, solidly acted and handsomely shot -- but it's far from champion material.

    The Globe and Mail (Toronto) Full Review
  • Lawrence Toppman

    On first acquaintance, Seabiscuit seems to be about anything but horse racing: the disappearance of the American frontier after 1910, our love affair with automotive speed, the passing of a rural way of life, homelessness during the Depression.

    Charlotte Observer Full Review
  • Rick Kisonak

    Sublimely directed, scored, shot and performed, the picture misses greatness by a nose as a result of shortcomings in its script.

    Film Threat Full Review
  • Don R. Lewis

    More than "Rocky" on a horse track. It's a moving story about people and how their lives intersect at just the right time. It's also a simple story about second chances.

    Film Threat Full Review
  • Peter Rainer

    Watching this movie, you get the feeling that the Depression existed so that Seabiscuit could be memorialized.

    New York Magazine (Vulture) Full Review
  • Scott Tobias

    Though the results are a matter of record, the uplift is nevertheless intoxicating, even enough to compensate for a film that routinely substitutes corny iconography for real imagination and vision.

    The A.V. Club Full Review
  • J. Hoberman

    More mystical than mysterious, Seabiscuit is a proudly cornball sentimental epic -- a reverential paean to a vanished America that's steeped in inspirational uplift and played for world-historical pathos.

    Village Voice Full Review
  • Jean Oppenheimer

    That the film is good rather than great proves a disappointment, but just finding a good film these days is rare, especially a big studio picture.

    Dallas Observer Full Review
  • Dana Stevens

    Somehow we are never quite swept into the boisterous, democratic world of which Seabiscuit, in Ms. Hillenbrand's account, was the plucky, galloping embodiment.

    The New York Times Full Review
  • David Edelstein

    The best thing about Seabiscuit is that it will make a lot of people hungry to read the book. They've seen the pretty pictures; now they'll want to enter the world.

    Slate Full Review
  • Todd McCarthy

    Respectable when it should be thrilling, honorable when it should be rough and ready.

    Variety Full Review
  • Kimberley Jones

    Taking a cue from the horse in question, Ross’ film takes its time getting into the race, but once it gets going, the going gets good.

    Austin Chronicle Full Review
  • Lisa Schwarzbaum

    Trembles with respect for Hillenbrand's book. It's hobbled by good intentions, grand plans for telling many stories at once, and a fear of the very audience whose intelligence and sophistication it claims to court.

    Entertainment Weekly Full Review
  • Aaron Hillis

    For such a pedestrian exercise in Spielbergian sentiment, the somewhat stale Seabiscuit dunks into some gravy moments; the always dependable William H. Macy is three honks and six rattles of comic relief as the sound effects–happy, kooky radio reporter Tick Tock McGlaughlin, and the racing scenes themselves are spectacular.

    Premiere Full Review
  • Maitland McDonagh

    The movie's secret weapons are its stellar cast, whose performances go a long way to ameliorating Ross's ham-fisted use of foreshadowing and symbols, and its brilliantly shot racing sequences -- they're heart-stoppingly suspenseful even when the outcome is a matter of record.

    TV Guide Full Review
  • Ella Taylor

    Two-thirds of the way through, Seabiscuit awakes to its duties as a perfectly presentable race movie, rising to a crescendo of satisfying --- if somewhat gaga -- inspiration.

    L.A. Weekly Full Review
  • Charles Taylor

    It's deluxe and handsome and has no soul.

    Salon.com Full Review
  • Jonathan Rosenbaum

    Maybe the magic will work for those who loved the book, but I found this film stultifyingly self-important and, despite the regularity with which it cuts to the chase, weirdly static.

    Chicago Reader Full Review
  • David Sterritt

    I found much of it as emotionally rigged as a crooked horse race.

    Christian Science Monitor Full Review
  • David Denby

    If Ross had merely told his story and re-created the media folk culture of the thirties, the movie might have been a classic. [4 August 2003, p. 84]

    The New Yorker Full Review
Add Soundtrack
  • 1. Mexico Lucido Performer: Jose Hernandez and the Mariachi Sol de Mexico as Mariachi Sol de Mexico de Jose Hernandez Stream Music Online
  • 8. Joy in the Salvation Army Performer: The Salvation Army Southern California Ensemble Stream Music Online

Best Websites 2017, Best Websites To Find Apartments, Best Websites To Watch Anime, Best Websites To Find Jobs, Best Websites 2016, Best Websites For Free Movies, Best Websites For Photographers, Best Websites For Used Cars, Best Websites For Cheap Flights, Best Websites For Dresses, Best Websites Awards, Best Websites A Programmer Should Visit, Best Websites About Books, Best Websites About Movies, Best Websites About Money, Best Websites About Design, Best Websites Aasl, Best Websites About Music, Best Websites About Food, Best Websites Airfare, Best Websites Builder, Best Websites Bored, Best Websites By Design, Best Websites Built With Squarespace, Best Websites Buzzfeed, Best Websites By Category, Best Websites Booking Flights, Best Websites Buy Used Cars, Best Websites Built With WordPress, Best Websites Besides Reddit, Best Websites Created With WordPress, Best Websites Cheap Flights, Best Websites Created With Wix, Best Websites Creators, Best Websites Cheap Hotels, Best Websites Corporate, Best Websites Cheap Perfume, Best Websites Cheap Clothes, Best Websites Commercial Real Estate, Best Websites Colors, Best Websites Design, Best Websites Design 2017, Best Websites Design 2016, Best Websites Design Awards, Best Websites Designed With Squarespace, Best Websites Data Visualization, Best Websites Design In The World, Best Websites Design Templates, Best Websites Developers, Best Websites Download Music, Best Websites Ever, Best Websites Ever Made, Best Websites Examples, Best Websites Education, Best Websites Ecommerce, Best Websites Ever Created, Best Websites Everyone Should Know, Best Websites Earn Money Online, Best Websites Educational Articles, Best Websites Entertainment, Best Websites For Free Movies, Best Websites For Photographers, Best Websites For Used Cars, Best Websites For Cheap Flights, Best Websites For Dresses, Best Websites For Teachers, Best Websites For Hotels, Best Websites For Kids, Best Websites For Men, Best Websites For Artists, Best Websites Games, Best Websites Gta 5, Best Websites Graphic Design, Best Websites Gallery, Best Websites Github, Best Websites Globally, Best Websites Games Online, Best Websites Games Download Free, Best Websites Gifts, Best Websites Graphic Design Portfolio, Best Websites Hotels, Best Websites Homes For Sale, Best Websites Hubspot, Best Websites Html5, Best Websites Hosting, Best Websites Hotel Deals, Best Websites House Hunting, Best Websites Hr Professionals, Best Websites Home Page, Best Websites Html, Best Websites In The World, Best Websites In 2017, Best Websites If You’re Bored, Best Websites Ideas, Best Websites In Gta 5, Best Websites International Flights, Best Websites In 2016, Best Websites Internet, Best Websites In Spanish, Best Websites In America, Best Websites Job Search, Best Websites Jewelry, Best Websites Javascript, Best Websites Joomla, Best Websites Jquery, Best Websites Jordan Shoes, Best Websites Jobs Uk, Best Websites Japan, Best Websites Jewellery, Best Websites Java, Best Websites Korean Drama, Best Websites Kenya, Best Websites Knowledge, Best Websites Kill Time, Best Websites Kindergarten, Best Knitting Websites, Best Karaoke Websites Free, Best Knife Websites, Best Kitchen Websites, Best Karaoke Websites, Best Websites Like Airbnb, Best Websites Like Ebay, Best Websites List, Best Websites Like Buzzfeed, Best Websites Like Solarmovie, Best Websites Like Youtube, Best Websites Like Wish, Best Websites Layouts, Best Websites Like G2a, Best Websites Learning Programming, Best Websites Made With Squarespace, Best Websites Made With WordPress, Best Websites Made With Wix, Best Websites Movies Online, Best Websites Made, Best Websites Made With Weebly, Best Websites Made With Google Sites, Best Websites Made With Bootstrap, Best Websites Movies, Best Websites Makers, Best Websites News, Best Websites Names, Best Websites No One Knows About Reddit, Best Websites No One Knows About, Best Websites Non Profit Organizations, Best Websites Navigation, Best Websites Nyc Apartment Rental, Best Websites Nz, Best Websites Names List, Best Websites Of 2017, Best Websites On The Internet, Best Websites Of 2016, Best Websites On Tor, Best Websites On The Internet 2017, Best Websites On The Dark Web, Best Websites On Gta 5, Best Websites Of The 90s, Best Websites Of The Year, Best Websites Of 2015, Best Websites Platforms, Best Websites Productivity, Best Websites Photography, Best Websites Personal Finance, Best Websites Portfolio, Best Websites Personal, Best Websites Parallax, Best Websites Pages, Best Websites Professional Services, Best Websites Programmer Should Visit, Best Websites Quora, Best Websites Quotes, Best Websites Qualities, Best Quiz Websites, Best Quilting Websites, Best Quote Websites Ever, Best Quizzing Websites, Best Quran Websites, Best Quirky Websites, Best Qtp Websites, Best Websites Reddit, Best Websites Rental Homes, Best Websites Real Estate, Best Websites Ranking, Best Websites Restaurants, Best Websites Right Now, Best Websites Retail, Best Websites Responsive, Best Websites Review, Best Websites Ruby On Rails, Best Websites Squarespace, Best Websites Streaming Movies, Best Websites Shopping Online, Best Websites Services, Best Websites Sell Clothes, Best Websites Sports, Best Websites Streaming, Best Websites Samples, Best Websites South Africa, Best Websites Small Business, Best Websites To Find Apartments, Best Websites To Watch Anime, Best Websites To Find Jobs, Best Websites To Book Flights, Best Websites To Book Hotels, Best Websites To Stream Movies, Best Websites To Learn Coding, Best Websites To Watch Tv Shows For Free, Best Websites To Buy Shoes, Best Websites To Buy Used Cars, Best Websites Used Cars, Best Websites Ux, Best Websites Using WordPress, Best Websites Using Video, Best Websites Using Wix, Best Websites Ui, Best Websites User Experience, Best Websites Using Squarespace, Best Websites Using Divi Theme, Best Websites Using Shopify, Best Websites Visually, Best Websites Vacation Packages, Best Websites Video Background, Best Websites Video Download, Best Websites Video, Best Websites Vocabulary Building, Best Websites Vacation Rentals, Best Websites Visit Daily, Best Websites Vacation Deals, Best Websites Visit, Best Websites When Bored, Best Websites When Bored At Work, Best Websites With Video, Best Websites When High, Best Websites When You Are Bored, Best Websites With Games, Best Websites With Animation, Best Websites With Social Media Integration, Best Websites With Video Backgrounds, Best Websites With Blogs, Best Websites You Don’t Know About, Best Websites Youtube, Best Websites You’ve Never Heard Of, Best Websites You Must See, Best Websites You Haven’t Heard Of, Best Websites Yahoo Answers, Best Websites Yoga, Best Websites Young Entrepreneurs, Best Yoga Websites 2015, Best Yarn Websites, Best Zoo Websites, Best Zen Websites, Best Zenfolio Websites, Best Zodiac Websites, Best Zoology Websites, Best Zombie Websites, Best Zimbabwean Websites, Best Zumba Websites, Best Zentangle Websites, Best Zine Websites

  • year 1938

  • reference to bob hope

  • reference to emporer hadrian

  • saint christopher medal

  • newspaper headline

  • comeback

  • reference to david and goliath

  • archival photograph

  • self made man

  • reference to jack dempsey

  • barbed wire fence

  • family dinner

  • african american

  • reference to bing crosby

  • year 1910

  • reference to william shakespeare

  • slow motion scene

  • underwear

  • boxer shorts

  • bed

  • father figure

  • beating

  • abuse

  • ritual

  • boy

  • bully

  • bare chested male

  • fistfight

  • hugging

  • one word title

  • new york city

  • competition

  • ford model t

  • irish american

  • windmill

  • wild west show

  • wild horse

  • whip

  • voice over narration

  • union station los angeles

  • talking to a horse

  • surrogate son

  • storytelling

  • spying

  • speech

  • second chance

  • saratoga new york

  • santa anita racetrack

  • san rafael california

  • san onofre california

  • san miguel california

  • saddle

  • rock of ages

  • rifle

  • riding the rails

  • reading

  • rain

  • radio announcer

  • race car

  • pimlico racetrack

  • perfection

  • party

  • newspaper

  • newsboy

  • mother son relationship

  • montage

  • microphone

  • matador

  • mariachi band

  • lie

  • husband wife relationship

  • horse wrangler

  • horse stall

  • horse riding

  • horse jumping

  • hobo

  • goat

  • gambling

  • future

  • fog

  • fishing

  • fight

  • fighting

  • father son relationship

  • drugging a horse

  • drinking

  • dragged by a horse

  • doctor

  • dancing

  • cowboy

  • cowboy hat

  • colt

  • coffin

  • church

  • businessman

  • bullfighter

  • bronc buster

  • book

  • bicycle

  • betting

  • barbed wire

  • assembly line

  • arcadia california

  • anger

  • ambulance

  • bulimia

  • california

  • prostitute

  • prohibition

  • visual impairment

  • wheelchair

  • wedding

  • train

  • tijuana mexico

  • stock market crash

  • stanley steamer

  • stable

  • san francisco california

  • riding accident

  • reporter

  • railway station

  • radio broadcasting

  • publicity

  • populism

  • partial blindness

  • newsreel footage

  • movie theater

  • migrant camp

  • loss of son

  • lasso

  • hospital

  • horse trainer

  • horse farm

  • funeral

  • entrepreneur

  • divorce

  • convertible

  • child driving a car

  • chicago illinois

  • cemetery

  • car dealer

  • car accident

  • campfire

  • brothel

  • broken leg

  • boxing

  • bell

  • baltimore maryland

  • auto repair

  • albuquerque new mexico

  • 1940s

  • 1920s

  • 1910s

  • thoroughbred

  • rags to riches

  • racetrack

  • great athlete

  • champion horse

  • 1930s

  • death of son

  • character name in title

  • rich man

  • sportscaster

  • auto mechanic

  • boxing match

  • reference to moby dick

  • reference to william wordsworth

  • reference to franklin d roosevelt

  • horseshoe

  • sex

  • vomiting

  • horserace

  • underdog

  • death

  • marriage

  • winning

  • admiral

  • limp

  • horse racing

  • jockey

  • horse

  • seabiscuit

  • great depression

  • racehorse

  • american dream

  • horse race

  • shakespearean quotation

  • pasadena california

  • lawn mower

  • fire alarm

  • reading poetry

  • black & white to color

  • reference to flash gordon

  • reference to charles dickens

  • beer

  • bullfight

  • bordello

  • beef

1